Pianist and musical artist Eric Pan creates novel and transportive experiences for audiences, incorporating musical performance, improvisation, collaboration, and immersive storytelling.
This year, he recorded a three-volume album of original music, titled “Travel Poems” — an unconventional debut album containing not only piano and Fender Rhodes solo, duo, and trio compositions, but also soundscapes to expand their narrative possibilities. The Travel Poems live show elevates this concept further, with interwoven live storytelling in the service of delivering audiences to a variety of environments.
He has played jazz piano in New York City for over a decade, sharing stages with Jeff Hamilton, Roy Hargrove, and John Patitucci. Tours have taken him to his home country of Taiwan, as well as to Canada, Spain, Switzerland, Germany, Great Britain, Ireland, Sweden, Lithuania, Costa Rica, and twenty-six U.S. States. Currently he splits his base between Brooklyn, New York, and Berlin, Germany.
New York City
Willing to teach
Beginner to advanced